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near stevens creek boulevard. leslie brinkley is live there with the latest. leslie? >> that's right. the santa clara county sheriff's department is tonight asking for the public's help in solving a mysterious freeway shooting. >> chp and sheriff department is working on the trajectory of the bullets fired on wednesday afternoon. the victim was a u.s. marine driving a four-door sedan with a government license plate. around 1:00 on state route 85 between stevens creek and deanza he was shocked by the sound. >> he pulls over and quickly discovers he has been shot at multiple times by someone who was on the freeway or on the side of the freeway. >> the marine called 911. >> he is fine. he received no injuries and fortunately no one else was in the vehicle as well. >> 85 was shutdown in both directions for about 45 minutes as detectives combed the freeway for shell casings and other evidence. no word on how many rounds were fired or why. >> the shooter could possibly face federal charges. again, anyone who was driving northbound or southbound on 85 around 1:00 is asked to call the santa
near sacramento and ward streets. tonight her family and friends are in mourning. leslie brinkley is at the imerkly -- is at the berkeley police department for us. leslie? >> reporter: that's right, carolyn. police tonight identify the victim as tift-year-old pam mullins of berkeley. she died at about this hour last night as she road her boy sickle. >> we got a call of possibly a bicyclist in an injury collision. >> reporter: that was 11:30 on tuesday night. when police arrived they found a woman on the sidewalk in front of longfellow middle school. her family said she had been shot once in the head as she road her bike. and she died on the sidewalk and and they were one block away on sacramento street. candles spelled out her name as relatives stood here stunned to see her die. >> we wish she was sill here. >> she said she road her bicycle to jobs in the neighborhood as a caregiver to senior citizens. >> she was a loving person. she wept to work and came home. why would someone want to do something like this to her? >> her brother described her as very giving to the community. >>
streets. tonight her family and friends are in mourning. leslie brinkley is at the imerkly -- is at the berkeley police department for us. leslie? >> reporter: that's right, carolyn. police tonight identify the victim as tift-year-old pam mullins of berkeley. she died at about this hour last night as she road her boy sickle. >> we got a call of possibly a bicyclist in an injury collision. >> reporter: that was 11:30 on tuesday night. when police arrived they found a woman on the sidewalk in front of longfellow middle school. her family said she had been shot once in the head as she road her bike. and she died on the sidewalk and and they were one block away on sacramento street. candles spelled out her name as relatives stood here stunned to see her die. >> we wish she was sill here. >> she said she road her bicycle to jobs in the neighborhood as a caregiver to senior citizens. >> she was a loving person. she wept to work and came home. why would someone want to do something like this to her? >> her brother described her as very giving to the community. >> a kind person. he
yesterday. so we're now waiting to see what the white house has to say about those violent scenes. leslie marshall, lars larson, welcome to both of you. >> good morning. >> hi. alisyn: lars, what do you think about the president wading into the fray yesterday? he was supposed to be making a talk on fiscal cliff, but he decided to bring up michigan. do you think that he somehow intentionally or not emboldened the protesters there? >> of course he did. i mean, imagine this. this guy is bought and paid for, literally hundreds of millions of dollars of union contributions helped put president obama back in for a second term. the fact that he's backing the thuggish behavior of unions in michigan, i mean, he backed the thuggish behavior of unions in wisconsin, and it should be -- well, if you're a union member, you ought to be ashamed of the behavior of your union brothers. there's a democratic process, the people of michigan have elected representatives and an elected governor. they've made a choice to change the law and take away this crazy monopoly that lets unions force people to be members
. leslie brinkley is live there with the latest. leslie? >> that's right. the santa clara county sheriff's department is tonight asking for the public's help in solving a myst freeway shooting. >> chp and sheriff department is working on the trajectory of the bullets fired on wednesday afternoon. the victim was a u.s. marine driving a four-door sedan with a government license plate. around 1:00 on state route 85 between stevens creek and deanza he was shocked by the sound. >> he pulls over and quickly discovers he has been shot at multiple times by someone who was on the freeway or on the side of the the freeway. >> the marine called 911. >> he is fine. he received no injuries and fortunately no one else was in the vehicle as well. >> 85 was shutdown in both directions for about 45 minutes as detectives combed the freeway for shell casings and other evidence. no word on how many rounds were fired or why. >> the shooter could possibly face federal charges. again, anyone who was driving northbound or southbound on 85 around 1:00 is asked to call the santa clara county sheriff's department.
he has an excellent prognosis for recovery. leslie brinkley with more on the course of treatment. >> that's right. governor brown has already started treatment that is expected to wrap up the week of january 7th. and he intends to keep up a full work schedule. governor brown is undergoing radio therapy for prostate cancer with his office describing the condition as a localized prostate cancer. >> it sounds like he has early stage disease that is likely confined to the prostate. meaning it was picked up before it has had a chance to spread any place else. >> great swift works at the medical center and interpreted the statement released by brown's oncologist at ucsf as meaning the governor will undergo conventional exter national radiation therapy called image guided imrt. that likely means five days a week he will have to report to a radiation treatment facility. there are several in sacramento. he would then lie on the table and receive two to three minutes of radiation with minimal impact on his health. >> they can work full time and they can keep up with the gym and their activ
cancer. his doctor says he has an excellent prognosis for recovery. leslie brinkley with more on the course of treatment. >> that's right. governor brown has already started treatment that is expected to wrap up the week of january 7th. and he intends to keep up a full work schedule. governor brown is undergoing radio therapy for prostate cancer with his office describing the condition as a localizedr. prostate cancer. >> it sounds like he has early stage disease that is likely confined to the prostate. meaning it was picked up before it has had a chance to spread any place else. >> great swift works at the medical center and interpreted the statement released by brown's oncologist at ucsf as meaning the governor will undergo conventional exter national radiation therapy called image guided imrt. that likely means five days a week he will have to report to a radiation treatment facility. there are several in sacramento. he would then lie on the table and receive two to three minutes of radiation with minimal impact on his health. >> they can work full time and they can keep up
with meteorologist sandhya patel in a moment. first to abc7 news reporter leslie brinkley who has more on downed trees that have become a bad problem. >> it is a bad year for falling trees. the saturated soil and the lean lead to this one falling over. >> this arborist says the ground is super saturated, but what is toppling many of these trees is the wind. >> especially swirling winds that aren't coming from the standard direction can really cause a lot of damage. >> a huge tree came crashing down along dwight way and fell on to a passing berkeley police car driven by this officer. >> i heard a couple of loud cracking sounds and saw a couple of pedestrians pointing upward. a couple small branches fell and hit my view and hit the brakes. the abs activated and then a tree fell on top of the car. >> the officer walked away uninjured. the damaged car was towed. it was a similar scene across marin county with a 50-foot tall acacia tree in tiburon and another in larkspur. in east palo alto, a giant oak hit the dirt along this creek and missed some nearby homes. arborists say they worked 12 hours on c
-old siena and mom leslie uploaded this video to our my channel feature of rightthisminute.com. leslie is dressed as a tiger at the auburn football game. so you can see. you can see the huge auburn tiger dressed in the full mascot uniform, and she is breaking it down. >> she's got stilts. >> they made to make her the mascot. >> the mask is going over her head. >> very hot. >> behind her team all the way. win, lose, rain or shine, she it there. >> are you ready for some more -- >> this one is a kid in saudi arabia. >> he has a strange talent. [ siren ] >> what? >> he just set off an alarm? >> no. that is coming out of his mouth. he can imitate a police siren, if you will. >> hold on. it actually sounds like a siren coming from a cop car. >> it's going to be a sad day when his voice drops. >> it will start being a -- [ siren ] >> if you're his parents, you don't have the to worry about this kid's safety. if anything happens, he just starts the siren. the thieves are going to run. [ siren sounding ] >>> how do you know the exact moment i put my headphones on while you're ringing the [ ble
angeles leslie marshall and from washington kirsten powers, both are democrats and fox news contributors. so on the level of brilliance, kirsten, how would you rate that memo? i don't know what is worse than an f? can i give you a g? >> bill: really? what a tough prop. >> yeah. you know, bill, to bring up cuba and china in connection with to raising taxes. >> bill: you made that connection? i was making some people want security over freedom. >> right. >> bill: i wasn't making the other one that you assert. maybe i should read it again to you, kirsten. >> i heard it. i heard it very well. >> bill: all right. you just miscategorized it there. >> raising taxes by 4 percentage points is some major infringement on freedom is absurd. >> bill: do you think that's the only income tax rise? >> even if you put every tax together. >> bill: yes. >> there is no major infringement happening here. >> bill: do youyou don't think t weakens your position in this world? >> weakens? >> bill: sure. here is kirsten powers she earns a nice salary, okay? every time she turns around in this country now there is
proves assistant city manager leslie knight is using city resources to run a personal online party favors businessplumner is blowing the whistle on knight filing criminal and civil complaints alleging misuses of public resourcesthese photos are now apart of the investigation into these allegationsshe says these products were packaged right here at city hall >> "i watched the employee make these, they look like towels and diapers for babies wrapped in this kind of stuff, i think it is amazing, but not on city time. this is a vacant city hall office space inside the human resources departmentand they store some of the materials that are being sold" >> plumner says she was asked by knight to take part in the business >> did you do that? >> buy refused. i knew that it was unethical but you-i refused. "in addition to party favors assistant city manager leslie knight also sales jewelry, i was asked to design the marketing business" >> "no, i actually refused, i didn't know it was illegal but i knew it was wrong and unethical" >> this has been going on to the best of your knowledge >> "about 4-y
, this is 40. joining us paul rudd, leslie mann and judd apatow. >> i think it is a couple that my own opinion is that they love each other and they're deal well problems that a lot of marriages deal with. and maybe they're just handling it in the wrong way sometimes. and i think they're kind of succumbing to the pressures of all of it. >> like paul said we kind of share a brain and so we, you know, we have a shorthand with each other, with all of it. and we have i mean we're constantly having conversations about what we are-- about screens and these characters. >> it is person. we debate all the time how truthful it is, and how personal it is. and some days it is like this is really personal, this isn't like us at all. so we change our opinion moment to moment,. >> rose: al hunt, julianna goldman, george stevens, paul rud, leslie mann and paul apatow when we continue. >> funding for charlie rose was provided by the following kohl qol captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. . >> rose: we're in washington where fiscal cliff negotiatio
. total to the taxpayer. leslie marshall is a syndicated radio talk show host, and chris plant is the host of the chris plant show. welcome. so even before these past two years, between '96 and 2001, private sector generated 8.8 million in new jobs according to a piece posted by michael barone. 4.1 million people entered the disability roles. let me start with you on this, leslie, because you are married to a doctor. is it -- i mean, how does one enter the disability rolls? do you need to get a doctor's note? >> you need a doctor's signature on a federal form. because, you know, in my in-between life of broadcasting, i've helped out in my husband's office, so i've seen those forms. so certainly, the doctor has the right to say no. one of the problems is if you know hospitals not only to game the system to be honest, or if you keep going on and knock on enough doctors' doors, you could get a signature. in addition, there are people who will pay people who work in doctors' offices to get signatures, and people that the doctors aren't even aware that maybe one of their staff members is doing
storm team coverage with meteorologist sandhya patel in a moment. first to abc7 news reporter leslie brinkley who has more on downed trees that have become a bad problem. >> it is a bad year for falling trees. the saturated soil and the lean lead to this one falling over. >> this arborist says the ground is super saturated, but what is toppling many of these trees is the wind. >> especially swirling winds that aren't coming from the standard direction can really cause a lot of damage. >> a huge tree came crashing down along dwight way and fell on to a passing berkeley police car driven by this officer. >> i heard a couple of loud cracking sounds and saw a couple of pedestrians pointing upward. a couple small branches fell and hit my view and hit the brakes. the abs activated and then a tree fell on top of the car. >> the officer walked away uninjured. the damaged car was towed. it was a similar scene across marin county with a 50-foot tall acacia tree in tiburon and another in larkspur. in east palo alto, a giant oak hit the dirt along this creek and missed some nearby homes. arboris
leslie mann. and also, we're going to talk about holiday parties. they don't have to mean extra pounds. we'll tell you how to strategize and stay strong when faced with all of those goodies. >>> leslie mann, "this is 40," the new film. something of a follow-up. the semifollow-up to "knocked up." we'll talk to her today. with paul rudd and her children, again, in the film. >> directed by her husband. it's great. >>> what's been viewed 500 million times? the hot video from karmin, blockbuster duo. they're here on "gma," to sing a holiday favorite for us. >>> we're going to get to the news and josh. >> we're going to return to newtown, connecticut. four more funerals for the victims of friday's school shooting are being held there today. all schools except the elementary school will reopen today. it is unclear when students from sandy hook will return to class. but a school in a neighboring town, monroe, is being prepared for them. >>> we are getting a clearer picture of the gunman today. a family friend says adam lanza hasn't seen he father or his brother since 2010. his dad moved out of
what every student needs to know from kindergarten through 12th grade. fifth grade teacher leslie roach says her classroom methods have changed dramatically since the school became a pilot school for using the common core standards three years ago. >> what's difference is the common core allows the kids to kind of dive deep into what they're reading or what they're learning. >> reporter: america's dismal educational ranks led to the push for moore rigorous standards. nationwide only 35% of 8th graders met expectations in reading. and only 25% of high school graduates who took the a.c.t. college entrance exam testedded ready for college. the university of chicago's tim nolls says the poor outcome led to the call for new standards. >> one of the main motivations is looking at the highest performing countries in the world and the most improving countries in the world and saying, what are they doing? one of the things that we find that they're doing is they're teaching many fewer standards. in singapore, for example, which has some of the best mathematics and science results in the world th
with kids. this year you'll find a lot more tablets made just for kids and our consumer reporter lesli foster says they are far from just kids play. >> reporter: these colorful tablets are made for kids, but they have some real grownup features. >> this year we're seeing tablets with real android operating systems and features like wi-fi and expandable memory. these tablets are not just toys. >> reporter: consumer reports evaluated five tablets designed for kids priced between 150 and $200. testers checked lots of features including display quality and some screens were hard to view from an angle. battery life was measured by tapping the screen to keep it awake until the batteries ran down. a team of experts, about a dozen young children, played games, read books and created artwork on the tablets. they even told us how easy the tablets are to turn on and which activities are fun. >> i like taking pictures because it was really fun. >> i liked a lot of the games like angry birds. >> reporter: these tablets all come loaded with child friendly games and learning activities and not sur
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to say about him. (watch ticking) >> stahl: welcome to "60 minutes" on cnbc. i'm leslie stahl. in march 2009, bernard madoff pleaded guilty to perpetrating what's believed to be the largest financial fraud in history. he received the maximum sentence for his crime, 150 years in prison. but while madoff is behind bars, there's still much we don't know about the scam which involved, by some accounts, a fraud of more than $50 billion. investigators are still trying to figure out who was involved and where the money went. this edition features some of the people most intimately familiar with madoff's schemes: irving picard, the court-appointed trustee charged with finding the missing money, some of the crooked financier's victims and the man who figured out madoff's crimes out before anyone else, harry markopolos. plus, morley safer examines why, even today, investors are so susceptible to con men. we begin with markopolos. at the beginning of 2009, he sat down with steve kroft for his first television interview. >> kroft: until the end of 2008, harry markopolos was an obscure financial ana
and on the board of directors for court side 38 bryant. leslie katz long time no see. congratulations on your appointment. any of you get whiplash? i know i did. this is a break neck project in san francisco and i have never seen this. the giants took two years to build their place and it paid off. this is a lot of money coming from hollywood to muscle their way into our neighborhood and i want to say that clearly, and this neighborhood is a 5 billion-dollar investment in san francisco with 6,000 residential units and more on the way. you all know that. i was a big booster for the cruise terminal and i thought it was going to be a huge addition to san francisco and so did our neighborhood and we worked out solutions to complex issues. this has a lot of complex issues and absolutely no solutions. a lot of eye candy is what i see. okay. eye candy, smoke and mirrors, hollywood. what we need is a comprehensive discussion with the neighborhood, the cac -- not marginalizing the cac. these people do a lot of volunteer work. they're stakeholders. we're all stakeholders. we purchased our
into audio knife spot over a parking spot at target. >> leslie mann. >> so your chesty, mucusy and cloggy. i think you might have the plague. >> ted. >> are there any plans to make "ted 2"? >> yes, we're basically just going to do the same movie but
, leslie katz here. >> approval for items minutes for 2012 meeting can i have a motion to approve the minutes. >> second all in favor aye. item two public comment and executive session, is there any public comment? come on up. >> good afternoon commissioners i'm victor della cruz i'm here on behalf of the development company to express some dearns about the sea wall lot three will he notions that you are about in engage in. our client is very concerned that the port of san francisco is continuing to negotiate with the giant not with andlinging the departure of the quite iaye that constitutes the bulk of the propyling submitted by w w llc., almost all of the development compatibility in the s w l associate the rl l c team's proposal seams to be out of the picture snow. the report is that the existing proposal is a little she'll that reresembles nothing to the only proposals that is not only tremendously unfair to the other bidders who participants in this process but it's not competitivive bidding. cortiish's involvement not the giants the accordingly the commission does no
it is not going to slow him down. >> reporter: leslie brinkley, abc7 news. >>> high tides swamping the bay area. roads had to close in marin city the worst is yet to come. today the highest tide of the year is expected to hit, it is part of a phenomenon called king tide, 7.2 feet is expected near the golden gate bridge, more than 9 china feet near redwood city. amy hollyfield -- 9 1/2 feet near redwood city. amy hollyfield will join us live with how residents are preparing. >> mike will have more on the king tides as well. right now he's going to address the cold. >>> king tide 10:34 this morning so be aware of that. visibility-wise a little fog around orinda, possibility moraga also novato, everybody else okay under a mostly clear sky. 30s and 40s, don't have much of a breeze,. north wet wind six at fairfield, east wind at eight at half moon bay and southwest wind at three at sfo fastest winds east wind at three at hayward. 30s inland at 7:00, low to mid 40s coast and bay, flirting with 50 mostly sunny sky at noon, low to mid 50s by 4:00, chilly this evening. mid to upper 40s. for the next cou
cutout distractions at nc state. i want one of those. that was cj leslie. here he is real life. the steel and powell underneath and rise and shine young man. team high 23. the wolf back though lead this thing all the way. nc state over stanford 88-70 thine. the a's have found their if you hero. they hope that's what their short stop becomes. he has arrived from japan and the a's fill a void at short stop. they get a new deal and he is an eight-time allstar in japan. career 3 hoses -- 300 hitter there. he spent all night working on his english. >> i also want to do funny dance. >> first and foremost i think his bat is what he is known for in japan, and he has won some awards with his glove as well. the more we got into this yondz the scouting reports the more we felt like this was a great fit for us. >> he wants to do the bernie dance. abc sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> he can play and he has great personality. >> he says call me hero. >> i say that too, but nobody does. >> he is trying. thank you, larry. >>> well, when we come back, we will have an update did you get chips
to get into a knife fight over a parking spot at target. >> dicky:s rel >> dicky: leslie mamn. >> i think you might have the plague. >> are there any plans to make "ted 2"? >> yes, we're basically going to
leslie. here he is real life. the steel and powell underneath and rise and shine young man. team high 23. the wolf back though lead this thing all the way. nc state over stanford 88-70 thine. the a's have found their if you hero. they hope that's what their short stop becomes. he has arrived from japan and the a's fill a void at short stop. they get a new deal and he is an eight-time allstar in japan. career 3 hoses -- 300 hitter there. he spent all night working on his english. >> i also want to do funny dance. >> first and foremost i think his bat is what he is known for in japan, and he has won some awards with his glove as well. the more we got into this yondz the scouting reports the more we felt like this was a great fit for us. >> he wants to do the bernie dance. abc sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> he can play and he has great personality. >> he says call me hero. >> i say that too, but nobody does. >> he is trying. thank you, larry. >>> well, when we come back, we will have an update on [ female announcer ] martinelli's gold medal sparkling cider is the perfect cho
first half. a block. c. j. leslie good night now. wow, a mike montgomery smile during a game? cal on the run early. ricky, bears up eight. tyrone wallace got a double double. bears win, 68-59. the as introduce their new shortstop in oakland. he saws you can call him hero. he signed a two year contract at the press conference. he played 11 seasons in japan. made the japanese league all star team eight times. so why did he sign with the as ? his reason kicksoff tonight's top five. [speaking foreign language] >> he says billy bean is extremely sexy and cool. [laughter] >> nice, number four, number three, bailor women led 17-0 starting the game. number three behind the back number. yeah. nets brook lopez. to bad the shot didn't count. number two, a free kick gone bad. his coach? not happy. and at number one? look at this brave pigeon. unflapable you might say during the raider's chief game. it is not leaving! and it has been my experience that when the birds show up during the game or toward the end of the game, it's the birds way of saying it is time to go. wrap this up. wrap this u
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